Optoma Pro10s Home Cinema Projector £209.98 @ PcWorld Delivered Or Collect Instore.
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Optoma Pro10s Home Cinema Projector £209.98 @ PcWorld Delivered Or Collect Instore.

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Found 2nd Jun 2013
Product Features
Contrast Ratio (X:1) 3500
Brightness in ANSI Lumens 2500
Technology DLP
Minimum Focus Distance in Metres 1.2
Lamp Life in Hours 6000

Manufacturer's Description

The Optoma Pro10s Home Cinema Projector is the ideal solution for any movie lover, who desires to watch their favourite films in spectacular quality.

Take a front row seat

The Pro10s Projector brings to life the term ‘Home Cinema’. The ability to project a maximum 300" image shows how immense your movie night could be.

After showing off your movie collection to all your friends, you can reminisce with projected photo galleries and home movies, bringing you larger than life memories.

Connect with ease

The user friendly Pro10s allows a range of devices to be connected due to its broad compatibility, so you just have plug in and play.

The adaptable projector will propel images from laptops, DVD players, game consoles, TVs and satellite boxes.

Picture perfect

Expect nothing less than sharp imagery with the outstanding contrast ratio of 3500:1, meaning everything you project will be crystal clear. With widescreen and multiple movie modes you be will sure to enjoy films to an aspect that will suit you.

The SVGA guarantees a crisp picture, boasting a 16 million colour palette.

Grab the popcorn, invite your friends and you are set for the ultimate home cinema experience with the Optoma Pro10s Home Cinema Projector.

11 Comments

I'm sure this is the normal price for this. But I think with projectors, you definitely get what you pay for

Only 800x600 resolution. If watching wide screen, only 800x450, once cropped. Sorry, cold from me.

cold for me due to not being HD

resolution is crap. .. save your money

Whats the rrp and where is the deal? Anyone can cut and paste the product details. Where are your comparisons? I googled it and first listing was amazon at £10 cheaper. Sorry cold from me for poor effort

edit: Sorry the one I linked to is a higher spec, the only reviews to this type of res (800x600) seem to be from around 2004
Edited by: "biggysilly" 2nd Jun 2013

Not voted either way as I am not sure of how cheap this is however specs aren't great....

Still waiting for a red hot projector deal before I take the plunge and get one for the spare room !!!

You can get a much better deal with used projectors. Picked up a hitachi tx-300 720p/hdmi that was originally £1800 ish for £150 on eBay. Picture is stunning...

Is this nVidia 3D Vision compatible?
Edited by: "Hanonymouse" 2nd Jun 2013

geforce

You can get a much better deal with used projectors. Picked up a hitachi … You can get a much better deal with used projectors. Picked up a hitachi tx-300 720p/hdmi that was originally £1800 ish for £150 on eBay. Picture is stunning...



But there's no hitachi tx-300's on ebay - only lenses, and the only one recently sold went for £187

CDR

But there's no hitachi tx-300's on ebay - only lenses, and the only one … But there's no hitachi tx-300's on ebay - only lenses, and the only one recently sold went for £187



Keep an eye out as they do pop up. the tx 200 is more or less the same too
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